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Should Undocumented Immigrants Be Allowed to Practice Law?

, The Legal Intelligencer

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The rite of passage to become an attorney draws to a conclusion when the law school graduate passes the bar in his or her respective jurisdiction(s). At this point, the applicant's bar application is reviewed to ensure that the character and fitness of the applicant is suitable for admission to the bar.

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  • pav

    When, if ever, will the illegal alien be responsible for their own behavior? How did they pay for law school? Working illegally is a felony. Lying on I-9 forms is a felony. Identity theft is a felony. They committed many felonies along the way and now they are going to swear to uphold the law? Seriously?

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